What we offer you at Volkswagen
You can learn about the many benefits and excellent opportunities we offer here.* *depending on location, activity and/or contract
A job with a future
A job with us not only means getting to shape the mobility of the future, it also offers many personal benefits. Several of these speak for themselves, but others we would like to briefly present for you. All of them enable you to reconcile work and private life as well as possible.
- 35 hours per week
- 30 + 2 days paid holiday leave
- Mobile working
- Flexible working hours
- Attractive remuneration
Support programmes & Specialist scholarships
We support talents at all levels – whether vocational trainees, career entrants, university graduates, skilled employees or managers. Based on your performance and development planning in your annual employee appraisal, we will offer you attractive prospects and support you with a specialist scholarship if you pursue advanced training externally.
Company pension scheme
We offer you a comprehensive company pension scheme with the basic benefit provision, participation pension I and participation pension II. This means that your future is assured with pension modules made up of your basic benefit provision, as well as the monthly pension expenses we grant full-time employees and deferred compensation on your own initiative.
We ensure that your children are well looked after whilst you work. To that end, in Wolfsburg we work closely with the municipal childcare services and offer childcare on site at our sites in Hannover , Emden and Kassel .
See the world with Global Assignments
With our Global Assignments, you can gain valuable international experience whilst benefitting from professional support. No matter which stage of your career you are at with us: we are here to support you and your family and are by your side from the planning stage to your time abroad to your return.
Does that all sound pretty good? That’s far from everything. We have put together a comprehensive service packet for our employees to feel completely at ease.*
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Research and development.
Forward-looking mobility solutions with brand-defining products and services would be unthinkable without innovation. This makes our research and development work essential for sustainably increasing the value of the Company.
Together with our Group brands, we have launched measures based on our NEW AUTO strategy to link development activities across the Group. At the heart of this new strategy is an efficient, cross-brand development alliance characterized by a close network of our experts, collaboration on an equal footing, an innovative working environment and the pooling of development activities. The aim is to make use of synergies across the Group and act as a role model for the environment, safety and integrity. The development alliance plays a major part in driving the Volkswagen Group’s transformation and helping to make it fit for the future.
In view of this strategic focus, we concentrated in the reporting period on continuing to develop forward-looking mobility solutions, establishing technological expertise to strengthen our competitiveness, expanding our range of products and services and improving the functionality, quality, safety and environmental compatibility of our products and services.
CO 2 fleet emissions
We use a strategic indicator in Europe and the United States to evaluate the effectiveness of our measures to reduce CO 2 emissions when driving:
- CO 2 fleet emissions. The Volkswagen Group’s new passenger car fleet in the EU (excluding Lamborghini and Bentley) (EU27+2) emitted an average of 119 g CO 2 /km (WLTP) 1 in the reporting period in accordance with the statutory measurement bases. The statutory target is 121 g CO 2 /km (WLTP) 1 . The Volkswagen Group thus more than met the EU’s CO 2 fleet target. Under European CO 2 legislation, the Lamborghini and Bentley brands are considered small volume manufacturers with an independent fleet and are assessed accordingly. Both exceeded their individual targets. Bentley and Lamborghini will be integrated into the Volkswagen Group’s new passenger car fleet in the EU from 2022. The European Commission is striving to cut CO 2 emissions by 15 % by the year 2025, which corresponds to a CO 2 target of less than 105 g CO 2 /km for our new passenger car fleet in the EU. A reduction of 55 % has been proposed for 2030, equivalent to a CO 2 target of less than 60 g CO 2 /km. We assume that our new passenger car fleet in the EU will meet this target for 2025 and exceed the target for 2030. The Volkswagen Group’s new light commercial vehicles fleet in the EU emitted an average of 202 g CO 2 /km (WLTP) 1 in the 2021 reporting period according to the statutory measurement bases. The statutory target is 198 g CO 2 /km (WLTP) 1 . Contrary to the original planning, the Group fell just short of this target owing to the semiconductor shortage, which resulted in limited vehicle availability. The CO 2 pool established together with other manufacturers achieved its target. All figures are subject to confirmation of CO 2 data within the scope of official publication by the European Commission. The European Commission is striving to cut CO 2 emissions by 15 % by the year 2025, which corresponds to a CO 2 target of less than 175 g CO 2 /km for our new light commercial vehicles fleet in the EU. A reduction of 50 % has been proposed for 2030, equivalent to a CO 2 target of less than 115 g CO 2 /km. We assume that our new light commercial vehicles fleet in the EU will meet this target for 2025 and exceed the target for 2030. In the United Kingdom and Switzerland/Liechtenstein markets, the Volkswagen Group fleets fell just short of the statutory requirements for the 2021 reporting period. In the United States, the emission pool – comprising the Group brands Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, Lamborghini, Bentley, Porsche and Bugatti – commits to the Green House Gas (GHG) and Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) regulations with which all manufacturers are required to comply in connection with passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, taking into account credits for air conditioning and off cycle credits. Due to the delay in the confirmation by the authorities of model years differing from the calendar year, internal calculations are used to determine the figures for the current and preceding model year. The average GHG CO 2 value (internal data as of September 2021) for the passenger car and light commercial vehicle fleets in model year 2021 is 147 g CO 2 /km (model year 2020: 151 g CO 2 /km). The statutory target is 142 g CO 2 /km (model year 2020: 139 g CO 2 /km). Application of the statutory flexibility offered by GHG and CAFE together with externally acquired credits enabled the Volkswagen Group to comply with the applicable requirements for model year 2021 subject to confirmation by the authorities. The figure given for model year 2020 is subject to confirmation by EPA and CARB. For 2025, we anticipate a CO 2 target in the USA of approximately 110 g CO 2 /km and expect to meet this target. For 2030, we will increase the share of electric vehicles in our new vehicle fleet to significantly more than 40 %, putting us within the target range of the current administration.
CO 2 EMI SSIONS OF THE VOLKSWAGEN GROUP’S EUROPEAN (EU27+2) NEW PASSENGER CAR FLEET
in grams per kilometer (WLTP)
CO 2 EMISSIONS IN VOLKSWAGEN GROUP PASSENGER CARS AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES UNDER GHG STANDARDS IN THE USA
in grams per kilometer for the model year
Fuel and drivetrain strategy
With a view to the legal regulations on emissions, we are currently developing a forward-looking vehicle and drivetrain portfolio: we have set ourselves the objective of increasing drive system efficiency with each new model generation – irrespective of whether it is a combustion engine, a hybrid or a purely electric drive system. The Volkswagen Group closely coordinates technology and product planning with its brands so as to avoid breaches of fleet fuel consumption limits. These would entail substantial excess emissions premiums. Around one in five new Volkswagen Group vehicles worldwide is therefore to have a purely electric drive by the year 2025; depending on market development, this could be over two million electric vehicles a year. As part of our electrification campaign, we aim to offer our customers worldwide around 70 fully battery-electric vehicles by 2030; production of approximately 20 of these models has already started. In addition, a total of around 60 hybrid models are planned by the end of the decade, just over half of which are already in production. By 2030, the Volkswagen Group aims to have electrified its entire model portfolio, from high-volume models to premium vehicles. This will mean offering at least one electric version – battery electric or hybrid vehicles – of each of our passenger car models across all Group brands. To this end, in addition to the Modular Electric Drive Toolkit ( MEB ), we have also developed an all-electric platform for our premium and sports brands – the Premium Platform Electric ( PPE ). Furthermore, we are currently concentrating our energies on designing the Scalable Systems Platform (SSP), the successor platform for our future all-electric vehicles, in the Mechatronics technology initiative within the Group’s new strategy NEW AUTO. The strategic goals of this SSP platform are to further reduce variance by consistently leveraging synergies and thus tapping into considerable potential for cost savings. Audi’s Artemis vehicle project will use key SSP modules for the first time from 2025. As of 2026, Volkswagen will then launch its first model based on the SSP in the volume segment in the shape of the Trinity vehicle project.
To offer sustainable, affordable mobility in the future for as many people around the world as possible, we offer a range of drivetrains with a focus on electrification. From today’s perspective, conventional combustion engines will continue to make up a large share of the drive portfolio in the coming years. In the interest of using resources responsibly, it is therefore essential to further enhance this engine segment and systematically consolidate it for specific markets. Powertrain measures such as significantly more sophisticated exhaust gas purification or mild hybridization of our vehicles, as well as vehicle measures such as optimized aerodynamics or reduced rolling resistance will be necessary to fulfill future emissions standards. We are preparing intensively for this as we develop our product portfolio.
It is more important to us than ever to rigorously pursue our modular approach. We are reducing the number of individual modules so that we can make a large product portfolio economically viable. For example, we aim to reduce the number of versions of conventional combustion engines in the Group in the long term as part of our transformation. This will create capacity for the development and production of new hybrid and electric drives.
Life cycle engineering and recycling
Technological innovation for reducing fuel consumption is not enough on its own to minimize the effect of vehicles on the environment. We consider the environmental impact caused by our products throughout the entire vehicle life cycle and at all stages of the value chain. This includes the manufacturing process with the associated extraction of raw materials, the production of materials, the processes at our suppliers and our own production operations at our sites, the use phase with the resulting vehicle emissions and the necessary supply of fuel and charging current, and ultimately the recycling of the vehicle at the end of its life cycle. We identify the stages of the life cycle at which improvements will have the greatest effect and develop appropriate solutions. We call this life cycle engineering. Recycling, for example, is an important means of reducing environmental impact and conserving resources. We therefore already take the recyclability of the required materials into consideration when developing new vehicles, use high-quality recycled material and avoid pollutants. One of the recommendations for achieving this goal is avoiding substances on the EU REACH Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern. Under the European Directive on end-of-life vehicles, passenger cars and light commercial vehicles must be 85 % recyclable and 95 % recoverable. Our vehicles registered in Europe comply with these standards.
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We’re driven by difference. With six globally recognised brands under one roof – Volkswagen , Audi, SEAT, ŠKODA, CUPRA and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles - each with its own history , designs and inventions – we’ve created some of the world’s most iconic vehicles, from luxury sports cars to family camper vans. Here, you’ll discover opportunities, explore ideas and tackle challenges that you won’t find anywhere else.
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How Volkswagen plays off temporary workers against each other and the permanent workforce
Dietmar gaisenkersting 16 february 2022.
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The Volkswagen Group, its contract labour subsidiary Autovison, and its service subsidiary Volkswagen Group Services (VGS) employ a treacherous and sophisticated system to divide workers amongst themselves. Like a three-card Monte player, they push workers from one company to another in order to better dismiss and exploit them.
For the soon-to-be-launched production of the electric ID.4 model in Emden in northwestern Germany, the company plans to hire almost 1,500 new workers through Autovision by April. Volkswagen currently employs almost 9,000 workers in Emden.
At the end of last year, 148 temporary contract workers lost their jobs in Emden. Employees report that VW had already hired 160 new workers at the same time. The former temporary workers are now to be offered a two-year employment contract with the VW parent company. Another 200 are to come from Volkswagen Group Services, which was planning to cut jobs anyway.
Since VGS employees are usually not used in production, they receive lower wages than the contract workers from Autovision, who will be used in the production of the ID.4. At Autovision, wages for production workers are at lower levels than at Volkswagen itself.
For some VGS workers this is still attractive, as they sometimes come from jobs where they earn €10 to €12 per hour less. They are being lured with the higher wages at Autovision. Therefore, even VGS workers with permanent contracts are likely to give up their jobs to move to a better-paid temp job. They hope, of course, that they will be hired as full timers by Volkswagen after two or three years at the latest.
By hiring workers through VGS, Volkswagen thus saves itself both severance pay and exposure to potential labour court proceedings, as would be the case for laid-off permanent workers.
VW left the job of announcing the hiring of 1,500 workers in Emden to the union bureaucrats in the works council. Manfred Wulff, chairman of the Emden works council, announced the board’s decision, which it had already taken on Monday, at an IG Metall union press briefing on Thursday. Also according to the works council, the start of production of the ID.4, originally announced for March, will be postponed somewhat, but will take place “in the spring of this year.”
The announcement also serves to support the IG Metall slate in the next month’s elections for works council representatives. Leaving it to the works council to make the announcement allows the unions to save face after their approval of the dismissal of around 1,150 temporary contract workers at all VW locations late last year, which stirred anger against the union among the workforce.
In the meantime, Autovision has announced that beginning in March an additional 570 temporary workers will lose their jobs at the Baunatal plant, near Kassel. At the end of November, the contracts of more than 440 temporary workers had only been extended by three months, to the end of February. Another 150 workers have their contracts set to expire at the end of February, meaning a total of 600 contract workers will lose their jobs in the coming months. It is not yet clear whether they will be offered jobs in Emden, almost 400 kilometres away.
In addition to the production of the ID.4, production of Passat and Arteon models with combustion engines will continue in Emden. Works council leader Wulff did not say whether workers from other VW factories—for example, from the main plant in Wolfsburg, 250 kilometres away—could be temporarily transferred to Emden in addition to the temporary workers.
There were rumours among workers in Wolfsburg that they might be transferred to northern Germany in the course of the year. Last week, VW’s top management announced it would cut almost all night shifts in Wolfsburg from mid-April.
For the Tiguan, Touran and SEAT Tarraco vehicles, the shortage of microchips and other electronic components has forced VW to reduce production on these models to only one assembly line in three shifts after the Easter holidays. Everywhere else, a two-shift system will be enforced. This affects different versions of the best-selling model, the Golf. For workers, this means a severe drop in wages, as shift bonuses will be abolished.
The chairperson of the VW general works council, Daniela Cavallo, who also chairs the works council at Wolfsburg, tacitly agreed to the move, declaring only: “We have taken note of these plans of the company.”
In the upcoming works council elections in March, Cavallo faces opposition from within the company. Former Wolfsburg IG Metall secretary and VW works council member Frank Patta accuses Cavallo—as do other candidate slates—of not consistently representing the interests of the 60,000 workers in Wolfsburg. By refusing to produce an electric model at the site, he says, Wolfsburg has fallen behind.
But Patta and the other candidate slates are not concerned with the interests of the workforce. They can only be defended if workers at all sites—including internationally—unite and fight together. But Patta and the other works council candidates, like Cavallo, divide workers from one plant to another. Identifying with the perspective of CEO Herbert Diess and his management team, the main issues for them are sales, capacity utilisation, cost reduction, profitability, profit and dividends—never jobs, working conditions and wages.
Cavallo and Patta worked closely with the previous works council chairman Bernd Osterloh for many years. Cavallo was systematically built up by him as his successor, Patta was brought onto the VW works council by Osterloh in 2012 to ensure peace and order as general secretary and chair of the world and European group works council until 2018.
The dispute between these two long-time bureaucrats is not about who better represents workers’ interests, but who better enforces the interests of the company against the workers.
With decades in the leadership of the works council, and now on the company supervisory board, Cavallo is far removed from rank-and-file workers. When she speaks in public, she speaks like a member of the board. She always talks about “we,” meaning Volkswgen. The shop floor workers hardly feature in the thoughts of this co-manager.
In an extensive interview last week in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung , she answered a question about how many jobs will be eliminated in the switch to electric vehicle production by declaring, “no one can say exactly today.” But what was clear, she said, was that “overall, there will be fewer jobs, in a socially acceptable way and along the demographic curve. Productivity will increase, digitalisation and new production technologies are advancing. We cannot and will not close our eyes to this.”
Patta is a works council member covering production and is more directly aware of the mood in the factory than Cavallo. He told the Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung last November that the reason for his candidacy was “concern about jobs here in Wolfsburg, especially in production.” In spite of the industry-wide shift to electric vehicles, only internal combustion engines were being built in Wolfsburg, except for a few hybrids, Patta said.
The electric model being developed under project name Trinity will not arrive until 2026, and will then be built in a completely new factory building, probably on undeveloped land in a district of Wolfsburg. Workers are therefore justifiably worried about their jobs.
In November, the WSWS had written that Patta’s “talk about the ‘non-transparent’ nature of the works council under Osterloh and now Cavallo, who see themselves as co-managers instead of controllers of the management board, and about their hanky-panky in ‘back rooms or company planes’ serves only to try and stifle the growing opposition in the plant and lead workers’ resistance into a dead end.”
The defence of jobs, wages and working conditions is only possible in irreconcilable opposition to IG Metall and completely independent of it. To this end, rank-and-file committees must be built to organise the struggle against the board, union and works council and the planned attacks on jobs and wages.
- The new works council leader at Volkswagen: What does she stand for? 5 May 2021
- IG Metall’s idea of solidarity: Wage and social cuts for all 11 February 2022
- Forward to the International Workers Alliance of Rank-and-File Committees! 23 April 2021
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- The recipient of the scholarship receives $10,000 to be applied to their legal education. This scholarship is available to law students who have entered into a JD program at an ABA-accredited law school in the United States and who will continue in that program through at least the Fall 2024 semester. For more information about the criteria, see their website: https://www.linninn.org/Pages/scholarship.shtml
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